Silicon Valley based Noodle.ai and former co-founders of Infosys Consulting announced the launch of Noodle Analytics Private Limited in Bangalore, India. The venture is funded by TPG, a leading private equity firm, and the founders of the company.
Noodle.ai is a leading provider of Enterprise Artificial Intelligence solutions, a unique collaboration among business executives, process experts, and artificial intelligence technologies. Noodle.ai’s Enterprise AI solutions combine world-class expertise in applied artificial intelligence technologies including machine learning, predictive data analytics, and data science, with human-centered design, business process engineering, and big data.
Speaking on this occasion Mr. Stephen Pratt, CEO Noodle.ai, said “Over the next three to five years, artificial intelligence technologies fueled by big data will be the most significant competitive differentiator in business. We are excited to be a pioneer in Enterprise Artificial Intelligence, offering high value, rapid, and affordable solutions to clients. We have the right team, an optimized business model, and the right partners to create extraordinary value for our clients’ customers and shareholders.”
On the launch of its Bangalore office, Mr. Raj Joshi, COO, Noodle.ai said, “We are one of the few start-ups from Silicon Valley to launch operations in India’s start-up capital. There are many synergies between Silicon Valley in the USA and India, as they both encourage and support a high level of entrepreneurial spirit. We are building a high performance team in Bangalore and the US of highly qualified professionals in AI, data science, and machine learning who are capable of delivering on the complex requirements of our clients.”
In the coming 5 years, Noodle.ai has plans to hire approximately 500 people with an expectation that 70% of their talent pool will hold Ph.D. and post-graduate qualifications in various disciplines such as data science, mathematics, software engineering, electronic engineering, and data visualization.
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